Sunday's Horse Racing Betting Tips
A busy Sunday afternoon of racing lies ahead with five meetings down for decision across Britain and Ireland.
It's an early start at Navan (11:40-15;30) and they are joined over jumps by Cork (11:55-15;45), Exeter (12:03-15:53) and Uttoxeter (12:18-15:38) while there's all-weather racing at Wolverhampton (13:40-17:30) later in the afternoon.
Sunday's Horse Racing Predictions
Coquelicot was a smart bumper performer last season and she represents an Anthony Honeyball team going well, but she was turned over on hurdles bow last month at Fontwell as an even-money favourite and, in truth, the writing was on the wall for much of the journey as she didn't look enthusiastic over the obstacles.
She may once more carry short-price favouritism here and can be taken on with Anythingforlove for the Jamie Snowden yard.
She won both last season's bumpers in good style, including on debut over this track and trip on heavy ground. Further rain and ease in the ground won't be a worry for Gavin Sheehan's mount and she can maintain her unbeaten record now going hurdling.
Colin Tizzard's horses have been tending to improve for a run this season and so it won't come as a major shock if Russian Exile is firmly in the mix here.
He travelled well on his comeback/handicap bow at Newton Abbot last month (2m1f, heavy) in a Conditional Jockeys' contest before losing his concentration and wandering badly right at the business end, forfeiting his chance with the front two when he did.
It was still a promising run and his final start of last season in fourth at Wincanton can also be upgraded on account of the winner Fidelio Vallis' efforts since. Russian Exile has been eased 2lb by the handicapper for that first run of the term and he now gets Robbie Power on board for the first time. A race of this ilk should be within his grasp.
A Listed Mares' bumper on the card at Navan and perhaps surprisingly one where the champion trainer Willie Mullins isn't represented. Joseph O'Brien saddles a pair of likely contenders in Castra Vetera and Lunar Display - the former looking best equipped - while Party Central has joined Gordon Elliott since winning at Tipperary last month on debut and should attract plenty attention in the betting.
Noel Meade's Presenting filly Mare Quimby also made a winning start at Punchestown last month and may be good enough for the follow up. She travelled stylishly through that race and won for Finny Maguire despite looking a bit green briefly when asked to go about her business.
The fourth won a bumper next time and has since won over hurdles and, with the experience now banked and getting 6lb from likely market leader Castra Vetera - Mare Quimby could be hard to topple.
Sunday's Horse Racing Tips
13:18 Uttoxeter - Anythingforlove to win and each-way @ SP
14:43 Exeter - Russian Exile to win and each-way @ 6/1
15:30 Navan - Mare Quimby to win and each-way @ SP
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Sunday's Horse Racing Frequently Asked Questions
What is the going report for Uttoxeter?
Soft-good to soft in places.A
What is the going report for Exeter?
Soft-good to soft in places on chase course.A
What is the going report for Navan?
Soft to heavy.A
What is our recommended bet?
Russian Exile to win.A
Can I watch racing from Uttoxeter, Exeter and Navan on the TV?
Yes. Exeter and Navan are on Racing TV while Uttoxeter is on Sky Sports Racing.A